Author: George Gordon Byron Baron ByronPublish On: 1837
Letter on Bowles's strictures on Pope . - A Fragment . - Parliamentary Speeches . 1 THOMAS MOORE'S Letters and Journals of Lord Byron , with Notices of his Life , complete in 2 vol . 8vo ; price 10 fr.With four engravings . 12 fr .
Author: British Museum. Department of Printed BooksPublish On: 1885
2 . [ Another copy . ] Imperfect ; wanting vol . 1–4 . The complete works of Lord Byron , reprinted from the last London ... 11611. g . 3 . The works of Lord Byron , with his letters and journals , and his life by T. Moore . 17 vol .
Author: British Museum. Department of Printed Books
LETTERS and JOURNALS of LORD BYRON , with Notices of his Life by Thomas Mobre , ports . and vignette , 1 vol . together 2 vols . 8vo . newly bd . green calf gilt , marbled edges , £ 1 . Ss . 1837-38 1089 BYRON'S ( Lord ) ENGLISH BARDS ...
66 Lord Byron to Augusta Leigh, 21 September 1818, Lord Byron, Letters and Journals, vol. 6. 67 Claire Clairmont to E.J. Trelawney, c. 1870, Claire Clairmont, Letters, vol. 2. 68 Claire Clairmont, Letters, vol. 1, p. 129n.
Author: Ruth Brandon
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing USA
Between the 1780s and the end of the nineteenth century, an army of sad women took up residence in other people's homes, part and yet not part of the family, not servants, yet not equals. To become a governess, observed Jane Austen in Emma, was to "retire from all the pleasures of life, of rational intercourse, equal society, peace and hope, to penance and mortification for ever." However, in an ironic paradox, the governess, so marginal to her society, was central to its fiction-partly because governessing was the fate of some exceptionally talented women who later wrote novels based on their experiences. But personal experience was only one source, and writers like Wilkie Collins, William Makepeace Thackeray, Henry James, and Jane Austen all recognized that the governess's solitary figure, adrift in the world, offered more novelistic scope than did the constrained and respectable wife. Ruth Brandon weaves literary and social history with details from the lives of actual governesses, drawn from their letters and journals, to craft a rare portrait of real women whose lives were in stark contrast to the romantic tales of their fictional counterparts. Governess will resonate with the many fans of Jane Austen and the Brontës, whose novels continue to inspire films and books, as well as fans of The Nanny Diaries and other books that explore the longstanding tension between mothers and the women they hire to raise their children.
Author: Dawson, William, & Sons, of LondonPublish On: 1809
LETTERS and JOURNALS of LORD BYRON , with Notices of his Life by Thomas Moore , ports . and vignette , 1 vol . together 2 vols . 8vo . newly bd . green calf gilt , marbled edges , £ 1 . 8s . 1837-38 1089 BYRON'S ( Lord ) ENGLISH BARDS ...
REVIEW , comprising the best Articles in that Journal , from its commencement to the year 1834 included : consisting of ... 4 fr . 50 e . Letters and journals of Lord Byron , 2 vols . 3 fr . Memoirs of Cap . Rock , vol . 1 fr .
Author: Byron, George Gordon Byron, Baron, 1788-1824Publish On: 1900-01-01
Note.—This edition (printed by A. Spottiswoode, New-Street-Square), together with Letters and Journals of Lord Byron, etc., by T. Moore. 2 v. 1830. 4o. ("to which have been added the Letter to [John Murray] on the Rev.
Author: Byron, George Gordon Byron, Baron, 1788-1824
Letters and Journals of Lord Byron Vol 2 5B Moore, Thomas et al The Poetical Works of Lord Byron 5B Moore, Thomas et al The Works of Lord Byron in Six Volumes 5B Moran, James Clays of Bungay 17 Morning Post 1 5 Dec 1 824 1 8 Morpurgo, ...
... Jeffrey Merrick, Daryl Lee. 248. In the character of Lord Byron ... feeling that so often incites to acts of desperation: ... I hate its foregone conclusion: Byron, Life, Letters, and Journals, p. 204. Journal entry for 23 November ...
Author: Mark Robson
First published in 2013. This two-part, eight-volume, reset edition draws together a range of sources from the early modern era through to the industrial age, to show the changes and continuities in responses to the social, political, legal and spiritual problems that self-murder posed. Part II, Volume 7 contains 1800–1850: Legal Contexts, Religious Writings and Medical Writers.
627 Burnet ( J. ) Practical Hints on Colour in Painting LARGE PAPER , with double set of plates , one coloured ... Letters and Journals of Lord Byron , with notices of his Life by Thomas Moore , Esq . 2 vol . fine plate of Lord Byron ...